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Meet Leonard the lazy leopard. Much like us, he likes laying around and playing all day. Hunting humans, eating food and enjoying the good life.
We could almost spend our whole trip in Thailand, especially in a laid back town like Chiang Pai. But there’s more of Asia to see, so we took a plane to the border town of Udon Thani to cross into Laos and get into Vientanne.
It was kind of awkward. He obviously didn’t speak english. My Thai is pretty bad. But somehow I managed to get across to him that I wanted to fill up my empty bottle with moonshine.
I just saw this video and thought I’d share it with everyone, it’s pretty cool.
Soon, our number was called and we got up with smiles and handed over our numbered coloured card to the desk. They fingered some papers and then ushered us off to another section while giving us a new coloured numbered card and told us to sit down and wait again.
Ever have one of those days? Those days that everything seems to go wrong? Monday, April 26th 2010 was one of those days. Today reminded me of a scene in the movie Benjamin Button. That if just one damn thing went right it would have changed the entire outcome. But instead, it turned into the worse day of travel in 300 days around the world.
Even if Leonardo Dicapro never stepped foot here, the massive beauty alone of these sister islands have and still attract many people to come see the area for themselves.
Khao Sok National Park is one of the largest reserves in Thailand, and it’s chock full of more wildlife than anywhere else.
If you’ve been living under a rock and haven’t heard about the Thailand full moon parties, here’s the deal. Each month on the full moon there’s a huge party that happens on Koh Phangan. What started out apparently as a birthday party has grown to be a massive party each month with spin offs at full moon, new moon and any other thing the Thai’s can think of.